Restrictions of Japanese beetle quarantine on cut flowers, fruits, and vegetables discontinued for the season


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Restrictions of Japanese beetle quarantine on cut flowers, fruits, and vegetables discontinued for the season
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Hoyt, Avery S
United States -- Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine
United States Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Administration, Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine ( Washington, D.C. )
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Introdnctary Note

On the respective dates caified below, these administrative instructions
r the remainder of 197 the seasonal restrictions on the movement of
vegetables an out flower from the area heavily infested with Japanese

31 4 Administrative nstructions relative to the Japn2es betle
-P-Pursuant to atharity conferred upon the Chief of the Buroau of
and Plant Quarantine, In paragraph (b) of 0 301.48-4 (Notice of
i No. 48 on account of the Japanese beetle, 12 F. R. 3211), the dates
bee determined beyond which shipping restrictions imposed by Administraetruction B. E. 562, June 9, 1947 (12 F. R. 3909) are no longer
eary for this year and are hereby revoked as follows:
(a) For fruit and vegetables, except groon ear corn at the close of
629P 1947 .
(b) For green eaer earn- at the close of Septomber 12, 1947.

(0) For ut flowers at the close of September 30, 1947.
ndr the provisions of the Japanese Beetleo Quarantine and supplemental
lo (12 F. R. 3211) the interstate movement of fruits, vegetables, and
flower from the infested areas is restricted. It is esential to relieve restrictions at tho earliest moment consistent with safety, in order to movement of those articles without certification or treatment. Safety equiree that. tis relief shall be applied progressively, dependent upon the
ofesain of ha flight of the beetles and upon the susceptibility of
dity involved to continued infestation. Such factors are unpredictable
otime limits. However, heavy flight of the beetles is now rapidly
ushing ad Its section is imminent. Exporionce domontrateo that the tf*1ations of the quarantine and supplemental regulations with roopoect to trits, vegetables, and'out flowers ay safely be withdrawn on the dates iAficated above. For the reasons stated, it is found upon good cauoo, pursuant
Ve provisions of section 4 of the Administrativo Procedure Act (60 Stat. 238),
t notice and public procedure on this order aro unnecessary, Impracticablo, contr to the public interest, and good cause is found for issuing tho
effective lose than thirty days after publication.

(s0e, 8 37 stat. 318, 39 stat. 1165, 44 Stat. 250; 7 U.S.C. 1940 od. 161;
7 CR E301.48-41 12 F. R. 3211),
Done at Washington) D. C. this 25th day of August, 1947.

Acting Chior Burocu of Entomology
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